The Wolf River Greenway runs for nearly 2 miles along the south side of the river through the Wolf River Nature Area. The trail provides access to picnic facilities, restrooms, and wildflower meadows along its paved corridor. You'll also find interpretive stops, aquatic plant displays, tree identification, rest areas with benches, butterfly gardens, bat houses and much more. The trail connects to the Germantown Greenway
near 6500 Wolf River Boulevard.
Southeast of Walnut Grove Road, another trail takes you across the river to Shelby Farms Park and a network of other Germantown trails. The Wolf River Greenway was designated as a National Recreation Trail in 2012.
Park in the large lot off N Humphreys Boulevard just northwest of its intersection with Walnut Grove Road. You can also park at the nature area across from River Commons Circle and its intersection with Humphreys Boulevard.
This is a beautiful little trail that connects the Germantown Greenway with Shelby Farms Park and the Shelby Farms Greenline. It's possible to ride about 15 miles one-way on these connecting trails. It's very busy on weekends. Trail users are still learning ...